Corona Card Game

Unique Puzzles for a Yankee Echo Alfa Romeo

A project in Redmond, WA by Roy Leban

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Do you love unique and challenging puzzles? So do we. Get a year of puzzlehunts from world-class constructors.
Backers: 502
Average Pledge Per Backer: $40

Funded: $20,025 of $9,973
Dates: Dec 17th -> Jan 23rd (37 days)
Project By: Roy Leban
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Latest News

No Foolin'

April 1st - via:
Happy April Fool's Day! We just received our first complete test of the physical puzzle from the manufacturer. It looks stunning in laser-etched wood. The first test T-shirts should arrive from the printer tomorrow, and we're looking forward to that... (Read More)

Survey Says ...

March 29th - via:
We're happy to report that 92.6% of you have already responded to the survey. It's been fun reading your responses on the types of puzzles you'd like to see and what sort of answers people want for the T-shirt puzzles. We'll send out an update on all... (Read More)

Surveys Sent; Rewards Soon

March 19th - via:
If you're a backer, you should have gotten your survey by now. If you haven't, please check your spam folder. If you're getting a T-shirt (Expert or Grandmaster Level), note that the message must be exactly seven (7) letters and/or numbers long. You... (Read More)

Wow, we're busy!

February 22nd - via:
We thought we were busy during the Kickstarter campaign, but now we're busier than ever. Work on the Year of Puzzles is under way and the plans are looking great. We've lined up additional constructors, including Ken Jennings of Jeopardy! fame. We're... (Read More)

The Maze of Games

January 28th - via:
This is slightly off topic, but we think it's worth it. We want to introduce you to something very special: The Maze of Games, an interactive puzzle novel by acclaimed puzzle creator (and Puzzazz author) Mike Selinker. While there have been stories... (Read More)

Thanks To You

January 23rd - via:
What can we say? More than 200% funded, 502 backers, and three stretch goals reached. Thanks to you! Here are some details on what happens next. We're going to get to work on creating the Year of Puzzles. In a few weeks, we will send each of you a... (Read More)

And Then There Were 18

January 23rd - via:
18 puzzles, that is. Last night, we passed the $16,993 stretch goal, which means that the Year of Puzzles will be 18 puzzles instead of 12, at no additional cost. You'll get one puzzle a month, plus you'll get 6 extra holiday puzzles spread... (Read More)

The Metapuzzle

January 22nd - via:
And now, with just 36 hours to go in this successful campaign, the puzzle that needs no introduction ... the metapuzzle. Back at the beginning of this campaign and the free mini puzzlehunt, we told you that all the puzzles would combine to form a... (Read More)

Prime Puzzles

January 21st - via:
Perhaps you had guessed already that there would be a prime number of puzzles. Here's the 17th and final puzzle before the metapuzzle. Each of the clues below defines a 5-letter word. Fit the words into the boxes so that they overlap, as shown by the... (Read More)

Tour The Store

January 21st - via:
Just two more puzzles to go before the metapuzzle and the close of the mini puzzlehunt and the Kickstarter campaign. If you've been planning to tell some friends to hop on board, now's the time. And on with the puzzle ... An essential part of the... (Read More)

Puzzle Kickstarter is a Puzzle

January 7th - via:
Roy Leban of Puzzazz, a puzzle company, is running a Kickstarter campaign for a puzzle a month for a year. The unique thing about this campaign is that it is itself a puzzle. (Read More)

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